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Bridget Riley - Movement in Squares and Circles

Since I like the color image more than the black-and-white... ...
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Bridget Riley - Movement in Squares and Circles

We use the Bump function ...
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Bridget Riley - Movement in Squares and Circles

I suggest to use Texture together with Plot3D. This results in a rather short code and allows for many generalisations. ...
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Bridget Riley - Movement in Squares and Circles

Starting from a similar idea like the one proposed in the question: ...
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How can I draw this image and if you can make it rotate horizontally and vertically?

This is the process of reconstructing the polyhedron Icosahedron. ...
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Bridget Riley - Movement in Squares and Circles

We may start with a regular grid of squares: ...
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How can I draw this image and if you can make it rotate horizontally and vertically?

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Visualizing diagrams needed to compute $\operatorname{Tr}(A^3 (A^T)^3)$

Explanation why some graphs appear more than ones: It depends on the number of possible paths - some graphs have only one possibility, the graph below has four. Functions definitions: I borrowed <...
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How can I make the output of Reduce more readable (with a tree)?

There are plenty of new functionalities for manipulating and styling trees in v13 (some of them present already in v12.3). For example: ...
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How to blur a line gradually

Here is a possible approach using overlapping lines ...
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How to blur a line gradually

I will happily delete this if it's not really what you're looking for, but you could convert the plot to an image and then blur with increasingly large kernel Gaussian filters: ...
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Restricting Plot3D to an area inside parametrically defined region

By regs = BoundaryDiscretizeGraphics /@ fig2ds we get the 4 regions. So we add ...
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Visualizing empirical PDF from monotonically decreasing density

If the Grenander Estimator is what you're looking for, then here is an implementation using Mathematica. ...
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Plotting multiple parametric 3D curves without using the Show command

To get different colors automatically for a plot, the idea is to do this data=.... (*generate list of data*) Plot[Evaluate[data],.....] What you did is generate ...
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Nearest-neighbor density estimation in Mathematica

Why not use the "Adaptive" option for SmoothKernelDistribution? This is in the same spirit as having a kernel density ...
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Generating vector plot with curved arrows

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Generating vector plot with curved arrows

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Reproducing Ruth Asawa's Wire Sculptures

An attempt in 2D: ...
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How to draw the shape of a 2D, 2nd order, element of an ElementMesh

Here's another method based on coordinate mapping: ...
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How can I draw this image and if you can make it rotate horizontally and vertically?

Building on cvgmt's answer ...
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How to blur a line gradually

Following a similar approach to kglr's (now deleted) answer, just with different choices of ColorFunction et al.: ...
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Nearest-neighbor density estimation in Mathematica

Here I'm first showing the (standard) nearest neighbor approach along with the generalized nearest neighbor approach (which is related to the nearest neighbor approach but uses kernels). The ...
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Plotting |z-2| < 1 under w = z/(z-1)

We mapping the region ImplicitRegion[Abs[z - 2] < 1, {x, y}] to another region by the z( identity mapping) and ...
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How can I draw 3D shiny glass balls/spheres and glass bricks?

MaterialShading is more about reflection of light from the surface. Glass implies more refraction, passing of light through. So using simple Opacity and color and Specularity (as David G. Stork did ...
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How to blur a line gradually

Not blurring but maybe close enough to what you want. We create a parametric function from the bezier curve via this question and apply a color function. Feel free to experiment with it. Potentially ...
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Plotting multiple parametric 3D curves without using the Show command

The code can be simplified by using Subdivide[{0, 0, 0}, {2, 3, 8}, num]. Since the curve through {x0,y0,z0} when ...
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Visualizing range of possible CDFs of $X\in (0,1]$ such that $E[X]=1/3$

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Visualizing empirical PDF from monotonically decreasing density

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Visualizing empirical PDF from monotonically decreasing density

So I think I may be completely missing the mark here (if I am then I can delete this answer in a little bit) and this could be a much more complicated question than I'm qualified to answer, but you ...
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RegionIntersection not work, only outputs BooleanRegion Object

For Version 13, 14,we can do such intersection all in OpenCascade package, need not use RepairMesh etc. In the original code, ...
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